I would like to thank each and every one of you for coming together, united as one, in the search for Paul Randle-Jilliffe. I have been informed that he is safe & well, enjoying some family time with his son.
With that, I cannot help but reflect on how much I treasure good quality time with my precious daughter. Children grow up so fast, and in a blink of an eye they are making a family of their own.
The first few years in a child’s life is vital to how well they will develop, patterns of behaviour they display, attachments they will form, and if they will be able to maintain healthy friendships or relationships. I cannot forget to emphasise the possibility of developing a borderline “personality disorder” due to surviving traumas from their childhood: be it through either harm, neglect, or abuse:Or even the occurrence of a small child suffering maternal/ paternal separation anxiety, abandonment issues, insecurities, and social inadequacies triggered by the premature, unnecessary and unlawful removal of children from their safe and loving homes.
It is quite refreshing, however, to see the alliance that we showed one-another at a time of need. In particular the dedication towards a cause. It’s times like these that hope gets reignited and it seems a lot more realistic that we will be able make a difference and move forward towards our common goal for Justice and Accountability, where appropriate.
…For the better…
“EVERY CHILD MATTERS“